By Monday or Tuesday you’ll also be able to purchase it from Amazon and iTunes. The narration took longer than I expected to complete, but what did I know? I started the project last summer. Near the end, we ran into some technical problems, but my narrator, Gabriel Zacchai, worked them out. It’s exciting to hear the words I’ve labored over for so long spoken out loud.
It’s priced at only $19.95 (I don’t have anything to do with the pricing) which seems pretty good for an audio book. You get 7 hours, 44 minutes of listening pleasure; perfect for a road trip or a week’s commute. I hope you enjoy the narration. You can even leave a review on Audible. For an audio book you can offer three ratings: “overall”, “performance” and “story”; kind of cool.
Would you like a copy for free?
I have 10 promo copies (codes, actually) that I’m giving out to my reader group. To get one email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and say, “Send me the code.” With your permission, I’ll add you to my reader’s email list so you can follow my progress, get access to new writings and generally let me know how you feel about what I write. A writer puts words down on “paper” for the readers, so we want to know how you feel about the results of those efforts.
I want to thank you all for your support in this endeavor. They’ll be many more stories and audio books to come. Look for the sequel, “Catherine’s Tale”, to be out early in the first quarter next year. It’ll be worth the wait.